Once you are confident in your energy testing abilities, you can
demonstrate energy interventions in numerous ways with volunteers from your audience. Here
are 16 demonstrations that lend themselves particularly well when working with a group
that is new to Energy Medicine. You do not have to be able to "see" the
persons energies, just ask the right question and do the test!
Do a general indicator test. If the muscle stays strong, trace stomach
meridian backward. Test. The muscle should test weak. Then trace stomach meridian forward.
Test again. The muscle should test strong.
If, when you do the initial general indicator test above, the muscle
tests weak, the persons energy is probably running backward. You can demonstrate
this by having the person walk backward and testing. The muscle will have become strong.
Then have the person walk forward. The test will show weak. Work the persons K-27
points (firmly). The person will now stay strong on the test after walking forward.
Ask the audience if someone is feeling tired. You will be demonstrating
how meridians can be running backward. If the above person went weak on the first general
indicator test, then youve already demonstrated this principle in Point 2 above.
Otherwise, ask this question and then test and treat as above.
Ask if someone is feeling overwhelmed or scrambled or unable to keep
their mind focused. Have the person read something from a book or follow your finger from
the left to the right (the normal reading direction). At this point, a general indicator
test will probably test weak, and the person will test strong when reading backward or
following a finger from the right to the left. The correction is the Wayne Cook posture.
You can also test several audience members to see if they go weak while the person
is reading to them. If you plan to do this, test the audience before the person reads out
loud for a baseline. Then, after the reader has done the Wayne Cook posture, test them
again while being read to. They will retain their strength.
If the Wayne Cook posture did not result in a strong re-test on the
reader, the person is probably homolateral. Do not re-test the audience until correcting
for this. Instead, do a homolateral test on the reader, energy testing as the person looks
at an X and again while looking at parallel lines. Weak to the X and strong to parallel
lines indicates the person is in a homolateral pattern. Correct this using the homolateral
crossover, at least 3 complete patterns, or until the person tests strong after doing the
cross-crawl portion. The person will now test strong to an X and weak to parallel lines,
indicating the energies affecting the brain are crossing over adequately. Now the person
will stay strong while reading, as will the audience.
If the Wayne Cook demonstration did not lead to a demonstration of
homolateral crossover, ask the audience if there is someone who has a chronic health
condition or a more recent health problem that has resisted healing. Both almost always
indicates homolateral patterning. Test and treat as in number 5. The reading and audience
portions are not generally included when demonstrating homolateral crossover (they are for
demonstrating Wayne Cook).
If someone is not responding as expected, do some or all of the
following: three thumps, hook-up, blow-out, figure 8s, smoothing the aura, smoothing
around the ears.
To demonstrate "Connecting Heaven and Earth," ask if someone
is feeling disconnected or stagnant. Using the general indicator test, energy localize at
the joints (neck, wrists, elbows, waist, hips, knees, ankles). Chances are the person will
test weak at some or all of these. Then have the person (and the class) do the
"Heaven and Earth" exercise and retest. This exercise demonstrates how energy
can get stuck in the joints, and it can help prevent conditions like arthritis. It
reconnects the top and bottom of the body as well. It is also a good one to use on the
spot if you feel you have taken in too much energy and need to release it.
To demonstrate the frontal "Neurovascular" hold (the "Oh
my God" points), have the person bring to mind a stressful thought. A general
indicator test will show weakness. That is how fast stress hits the body. While the person
continues to hold the thought ("Get into the full misery of it"), place your
fingertips on the frontal neurovasculars. Hold until you feel a slight pulse (sometimes if
the person is under a great deal of stress, this could take a very long time, but within a
couple of minutes there will be enough improvement that the test will pick it upyou
can be talking to the audience during this time). Once you get even a light pulse or a
couple of minutes have passed, when the person brings the stress to mind, the muscle will
To demonstrate the power of central meridian in protecting oneself, ask
for a volunteer who feels vulnerable or who, when around other people, picks up their
"stuff" too easily. Do the following:
a. Demonstrate the "zip-up" by tracing central meridian and
testing (should test strong, if not, massage K-27 and repeat).
b. Trace the meridian backward. Test to show that it is weak.
c. Step back 6 feet and trace the meridian forward or backward with
your eyes. Test after each.
d. It is now time to have the person face the audience. Promise you
will leave them 1) strong, and 2) with the new tools for protecting themselves in a crowd.
e. Ask the audience to bring an unpleasant thought to mind. It need not
be related to the person on stage. Test the person. The thought will have set an
atmosphere that weakened them. Repeat, this time with the audience holding a positive
thought. The person will test strong.
f. Show the audience how to "zip up" with their eyes when you
give a thumbs up, how to "zip down" with their eyes when you give a thumbs down,
and have the demonstration person close his or her eyes. Give a thumbs up and test. Give
another thumbs up. Test. Give a thumbs down and test. Even though the persons eyes
are closed, he or she will almost always test strong when the audience does a zip up and
test weak when zipped down. If not, have the person do a "blow out" and repeat.
This is necessary because this indicates some people have collected so much energy that
they cannot even take in positive energy and need to release the excess.
g. For the finale, teach the person how to do a "zip up"
mentally, how to "lock it" with an imaginary key, and how to put the key in a
safe place (central meridian is also the meridian that governs hypnosis and
self-suggestions). Once this has been done, have the person close his or her eyes.
Instruct the audience to zip down and attempt to weaken the person in other ways as well,
using their thoughts. As this is happening, retest. The person virtually always stays
strong, "beating" the crowd.
Ask the audience if anyone cannot touch the floor or would like to be
able to bend over further. Have the volunteer bend over as everyone views how far down the
person can go. This provides a baseline. Do a crown pull and then massage the small
Intestine neurolymphatics on the inside of the thighs. Have the person bend over again.
Have one or two participants hold their breaths as long as they can
while you time them. Then vigorously stimulate the lung neurolymphatic points on the
sternum. Again, time them as they hold their breath as long as they can. Again, QED.
Ask for someone who feels ungroundedperhaps they were on an
airplane shortly before the class. Do a polarity test: use the general indicator while
holding your palm over the persons head. Then reverse your palm so the back of your
hand is facing the persons head. If the polarities are as they should be, the first
test will show strong, the second weak. If the polarities are reversed, the first test
will show weak, the second strong. To correct: slide the rounded side of a stainless steel
spoon along the bottoms of the persons feet (4 times from the sole of the foot to
the toes). This "spooning" hooks up with the nerves, grounds the body, and
corrects for polarity reversals. Polarity is key for taking in energy! If the person is
also homolateral, you may need to use the Wayne Cook or Homolateral Crossover as well.
Other corrections for polarity reversal include massaging the gait reflexes on the top of
the feet between the metatarsals, doing a crown pull, doing the polarity breath (breathing
in and out of one nostril three times while pushing in the other side of the nose to close
the other nostril. Do this on both sides), doing a hook-up, or spinning a magnet over the
beginning and endpoints of all the meridians.
To test to see if someone needs a spinal flush, place a finger next to
the persons spine, on the left side, and keep testing as you move your fingers down
the spine. See how many spots test weak. Then do the same down the right side of the
spine. If several spots are weak, do the spinal flush and retest.
To demonstrate the belt flow, ask for someone who feels disconnected
from the lower part of their body. Check the belt flow (energy localize at the waist and
do a general indicator test). Treat (pull across the waist several times, ending by
pulling the energy down the opposite leg from the side of the waist where you began;
repeat on the other side). Retest.
To demonstrate surrogate testing. Ask for a couple to come up where one
partner is feeling good physically and the other is dragging a bit. One will almost always
test strong, the other weak. Have them hold hands. The one who is feeling good will now
test weak and the other will test strong. Explain and demonstrate how this oddity can be
used to "surrogate test" someone who cant hold an arm firm for an energy
test, such as an infant, a pet, or someone in a coma. Then have both people do the three
thumps and hold hands again. Both will be strong.